Category archives for: Opinion

Margin Notes: Girl, Traveling Alone

On one of our last nights in Bologna, my American friend and I went to a wine bar that we heard was the oldest in the city and, perhaps, in all of Italy. Turning off of an alleyway into an even smaller alleyway, we walked back and forth a few times before recognizing the nondescript […]

Man About Canton: Dedham St. Work

Did you know … The state is in the process of replacing the three bridges on Dedham Street, one over I-95, one over the railroad tracks, and one over the Neponset River. The state also plans to expand that section of Dedham Street to five travel lanes. This is part of the $44.2 million project that […]

Smart About Money: Data Breaches

These big data breaches — like the recent Equifax hack — are very frustrating. Especially when they happen to huge companies that you’d think would have multiple layers of systems in place to protect themselves and their customers’ information. And why did it have to be one of the credit reporting agencies that got hit, […]

CHS students grateful for fundraiser support

Dear Editor: The students at Canton High School would like to thank the generosity of the Canton community for their recent support with the annual Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk in Boston. Over 200 CHS students, all clad in pink, got on five buses at 7:30 a.m. on October 1 and made the trip […]

Commentary: Digging deeper into crime statistics

By Police Chief Ken Berkowitz After reading MAC’s quick blurb in last week’s paper regarding the results of the FBI’s 2016 Uniform Crime Report, and in an effort to help MAC and the readers understand why, on its own, it is not a true metric to measure crime in our community, I felt compelled to […]

MAC: Jack-o’-lanterns & Halloween

Did you know … It is Halloween and as they have for many generations, hundreds of little ghosts and goblins will once again scurry around your neighborhood looking for candy. Groups of them will knock on your door, and after loudly stating their time-honored demand of “trick or treat,” they will present their loot bags […]

MAC: Canton joins exSEL Network

Did you know … Canton is among nine Massachusetts school districts that will be participating in a new program to teach students social and emotional skills, including perseverance, empathy, self-awareness, and healthy decision-making. Canton School Superintendent Dr. Jennifer Fischer-Mueller, in a recent news release announcing Canton’s entrance into the exSEL Network, said, “It is essential […]

Note of gratitude to Canton EMTs

Dear Editor: We would like to extend our heartfelt thanks to the Canton EMTs for their prompt response when we had a medical emergency on October 1. They not only took care of my husband, who had fallen, but made sure that I was okay before they left. The residents of Canton are fortunate to […]

A gift from Dr. Levrault

Dear Editor: My wife and I were longtime patients of Dr. Richard Levrault at the Family Medical Associates office in Seekonk — my wife for 20-plus years and myself for 15-plus years. My wife is not a big fan of doctors and/or dentists, but she always looked forward to her appointments with Dr. Levrault because […]

Sad to see the Canton River poisoned

Editor’s note: According to Bernie Plante of Canton Holdings LLC, the spraying referenced in the letter below was done with a product called Custom Roundup, which is different from the commercially available Roundup and specifically made for use in areas adjoining wetlands. Plante said he reached out to the state Department of Agriculture and received […]

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